Efforts to fortify cloud security and identity management are at the forefront of new U.S. measures to mitigate cyberthreats.
A Salesforce survey of more than 1,000 technologists found that 75% of UX designers, developers, and IT managers want to reduce software's environmental harm, but half are unsure how to implement such changes.
What makes good documentation? Fundamentally it's about organization and ease of visual tracking. Here are some manifestations of that, in no particular order.
There is a notable increase in tension between application security workers and application developers over consensus on cloud-native needs, in addition to a growing concern about retaining developer talent in this context.
As supply chain attacks continue to pose significant risks, SBOMs have become a vital tool for secure DevOps and enhanced threat intelligence. Let's explore the six main types of SBOMs, their use cases, and how to select the most suitable one for your organization's needs.
CISOs' concerns grow as 68% anticipate a material cyberattack within a year, showing a shift in attitude toward future threats. Increased attack vectors and a wider attack surface contribute to this sentiment, while employee turnover raises data security risks.
Tech execs looking to get the most value for their organizations from generative AI need to understand the basics of the technology, according to a new report by Forrester Research.
Companies that established open-source program offices over the last few years now need more C-suite oversight to drive education, awareness, and use of open-source software. That sets the stage for an expanded role of open-source program officers.
To help companies prepare for the changing nation-state attack landscape, Forrester has a new model to defend themselves and prepare for an expected onslaught of regulations to follow.
What looks like "bossism" or a perverse crackdown by tech management to put employees in their place is more likely a pull-back from over-hiring at the start of the pandemic.
As the floundering economy continues to hopscotch around broken supply chains and the worsening cybersecurity breakdowns, businesses and analysts alike are sharpening their focus on what lies ahead. TechNewsWorld spoke with IT executives to gather predictions for what 2023 holds.
It's the beginning of a new year, and economically we are in a bit of trouble. But some amazing technologies are coming to market this year that I look forward to seeing.
Running a business without some cloud support is a rarity these days. Still, when formulating a cloud strategy, companies seem to make some common mistakes. Here are several of them.
Mozilla believes the high-tech industry has lost its soul by putting profits ahead of people and is going to try and do something about it. It has announced Mozilla Ventures, a US$35 million venture capital fund to finance early-stage startups producing products and technologies that advance values ...